mystery spring perennial

jessebird(5 ON Canada)May 7, 2008

I need help identifying this flower. It has tubular white/yellow flowers with celery like foliage. I posted an image on the test forum but can't seem to be able to post it here. Please look at the image under mystery spring perennial. Thanks.

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marricgardens

I looked at the picture of your plant and I think it is corydalis lutea. Marg

    Bookmark   May 7, 2008 at 3:16PM
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cailinriley(z3 Calgary AB)

It's Corydalis nobilis. Lovely flowers. Here's some cultural info I found for you:

"Corydalis nobilis
Zone 4 ~ Height: to 50cm/20in ~ Sun to part shade, average soil --A central Asian corydalis that produces dense heads of light yellow flowers with dark lips above clumps of deeply divided blue-green foliage. Because it goes dormant after the seed ripens, it is an excellent plant among deciduous shrubs and late-developing perennials, providing spring interest and then conveniently disappearing into dormancy for the rest of the season."

"A rather large corydalis forming clumps of beautiful blue-green ferny foliage 1 - 1 1/2 ft. tall and wide. Spikes of flowers in early spring are bright yellow with a purply-brown spot at the tip. Relatively short lived, but seeds about dependably in a friendly way. Edit out older plants after they set seed, allowing for new seedlings to take their place. Best with partial shade and regular to moderate water."

Happy growing!

Here is a link that might be useful: Corydalis nobilis

    Bookmark   May 7, 2008 at 7:08PM
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